He says if he were making the rules, he would consider moving the extra point back to the 15 or 20 yard line.
"Philosophically, plays that are non-plays shouldn't be in the game. I don't think it is good for the game. Extra points, when the odds are 99 percent range in extra points it is not a play. Lets move the ball back to the 15-20 yard line and not make it a tap in. Let them kick it. Same thing with the kickoff return, if you're just going to put the ball on the 20, put the ball on the 20."
I agree with his philosophy that plays that aren't real plays, like extra points, shouldn't be in the game so I would be on board with eliminating extra points. Same idea with kickoffs.
But moving the extra point back to the 20 yard line would create a whole other issue where you have games decided by extra points, which would be frustrating. If they were to do anything with it, I'd prefer that they're eliminated completely.
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(H/T ESPN's Mike Reiss for the transcription)